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Ryan Robinson
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Entrepreneur & Writer at ryrob.com | Content Marketing Consultant
Entrepreneur & Writer at ryrob.com | Content Marketing Consultant

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10 Steps to Build a Content Marketing Strategy (and Execute) in 2018 👋👋👋

Who's ready for content in the new year already?
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In this episode, we’re talking to Grace and Silas Moser, the husband and wife duo behind the blog Chasing Foxes about how they started their blog as a side hustle little over a year ago, and the tactics they've used to grow their income to $20,000/mo blogging.
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Freelancing sucks.

Constant rejection. No guaranteed income. High level of perceived risk.

When I was getting started with freelancing, there would be months that I didn't make any money at the end of the day.

My costs (website, tools, health care, contractors) would exceed my income and I'd be in the red. Those times sucked.

Freelancing is a slow burn when you start out.

It takes time to create a pipeline of clients, deliver great work for them, and build a reputation that brings more clients your way.

Your brand and happy client list is everything.

But when you're just getting started, it's easy to find yourself caught in this mind f-ck of a catch 22...

"I need testimonials and case studies in order to land clients, but to get those in the first place, I need to get hired..."

Right here is where many new freelancers get stuck.

How you deal with this challenge will define you.

It's here that the 1 thing you need most—is to just book work that you can use to build a portfolio for yourself.

Today, I interviewed Micha Kaufman, the CEO of Fiverr—the world's largest freelance marketplace.

We cover Micha's best advice for those new to freelancing, we share principles for positioning yourself as a valuable consultant, and so much more.
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Growing your email list doesn't need to be difficult. Here are the exact strategies I've used to acquire 63,000 subscribers in the last year.
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25 episodes of my podcast in... and I got to interview two of the smartest, hardest-working entrepreneurs I've had the pleasure of talking to.

+Brad Feld is a prolific writer in the startup community (and a personal hero of mine). He co-founded the startup accelerator +TechStars, and has been an early stage investor and entrepreneur since for more than 30 years.

Also in today's episode is my chat with Brad's co-author on their most recent book, Dr. Sean Wise—a Canadian entrepreneur, venture capitalist, speaker, and consultant.

The collective knowledge these two have (and share) about building startups, attracting customers, solving meaningful problems, and getting funding to back your big ideas, is like taking a mini-MBA just talking to them.

I'm so pumped to share this interview, and I hope you enjoy as much as I did!
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With Apple's impending iPhone 8 announcement coming tomorrow, now might be a good time to look into starting a phone case business. 🤔
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